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TD Securities open new office in Dublin

Written by Robert McHugh, on 15th May 2019. Posted in Technology

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TD Securities has officially opened a new office in Dublin, located at One Molesworth Street. Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe, T.D., joined TD Securities’ CEO, Bob Dorrance, and IDA Ireland CEO, Martin Shanahan, at the official opening ceremony yesterday. 

TD Securities has had a presence in Dublin for more than 20 years and previously announced its intention to expand in the city. As a fully licensed broker-dealer, the company will grow its presence in Dublin to up to 80 people by the end of this year, including front office, support and control and technology roles.

Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, TD Securities is a corporate and investment bank operating out of 15 offices in key financial centres around the globe. The company provides a full suite of capital markets products and services to corporate, government and institutional clients. TD Securities is part of TD Bank Group, a Top 10 North American bank by total assets, total deposits, and market capitalization, with C$1.3 trillion in assets and over 87,000 employees as of January 31, 2019.

Speaking ahead of the official opening yesterday, Minister Donohoe said, "TD Securities' decision to expand their operations in Ireland is a further sign of the global international financial services centre that we have built here, resulting in the creation of thousands of highly skilled jobs. TD Securities has been a part of the Irish financial landscape for over 20 years. It is very encouraging to see the continued expansion of the company in this way and I look forward to witnessing its growth into the future."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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